How To Input Time In Wrike

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I have recently begun utilizing Wrike for managing my projects and I must confess, it has significantly simplified my life. One feature that stands out to me is the capability to accurately and effortlessly record time. In this article, I will walk you through the steps of recording time in Wrike while also sharing some helpful tips and tricks.

Step 1: Navigate to the Task

To input time in Wrike, you first need to navigate to the task you want to log time for. You can do this by either using the search bar or browsing through your project folders. Once you’ve found the right task, click on it to open the task details.

Step 2: Click on the Time Tracking Tab

Within the task details, you’ll see a tab labeled “Time Tracking”. Click on this tab to reveal the time logging interface.

Step 3: Enter Time Details

Now it’s time to input the details of the time you want to log. Start by selecting the date using the calendar widget. Next, choose the duration of your work by entering the start and end times or by using the stopwatch feature to track the exact time spent. You can also add a description to provide more context to your time entry.

Step 4: Assign the Time Entry

If you’re working on a shared task or collaborating with others, you may want to assign your time entry to a specific team member. To do this, simply select the appropriate team member from the drop-down menu or search for their name.

Step 5: Submit and Review

Once you’ve filled in all the necessary details, click on the “Submit” button to save your time entry. You can also choose to review your entry before submitting by clicking on the “Review” button. This allows you to double-check the accuracy of your time entry and make any necessary adjustments.

And voila! You’ve successfully inputted time in Wrike. With this seamless and user-friendly process, tracking your time and managing your projects becomes a breeze.

My Personal Tips and Tricks

Here are a few personal touches and commentary from my own experience with inputting time in Wrike:

  1. Use the stopwatch feature when working on tasks that require frequent breaks or interruptions. It helps you accurately track the time spent on each task segment.
  2. If you’re not sure about the exact time spent, you can always estimate and round it off. Wrike allows you to manually enter the duration, so don’t get caught up in being too precise.
  3. Review your time entries regularly. This helps you analyze your productivity patterns, identify time-wasting activities, and make necessary adjustments to optimize your work process.

Conclusion

Inputting time in Wrike is a simple and intuitive process that enhances your project management capabilities. With the ability to accurately track and log time, you can better understand your work patterns, allocate resources effectively, and stay on top of your project deadlines. So why not give it a try and experience the benefits for yourself?